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The healing power of art; nice book by the way! #arttherapy #inspiration

Art Saves: Stories, Inspiration and Prompts Sharing the Power of Art by Jenny Doh. This book shares some pretty amazing stories, inspiration, and prompts that speak to the power of art.

Art Therapy Sourcebook (Sourcebooks)

Art Therapy For Senior Citizens

Why Art Therapy is Good for the Alzheimer's Brain

Why Art Therapy is Good for the Alzheimer's Brain

Art therapy stimulates the brain, providing powerful benefits to Alzheimer's patients. How does it work? Do studies support it?

Zen garden style trays of natural objects.

"Rocktray: Nature as medium" workshop facilitated by Karen Wennberg and Nicole Morgan at Southwestern College in Santa Fe on January 2013

Draw a Person in the Rain. The DAPR is an adapted form of Machover’s Draw-A-Person assessment (1948). The DAPR focuses on a person’s vulnerability, environmental stressors, supports, and coping strategies.

The DAPR is an adapted form of Machover’s Draw-A-Person assessment The DAPR focuses on a person’s vulnerability, environmental stressors, supports, and coping strategies.

peace through art

Buddhist Artist Finds Peace in Painting (Artists)

Positive Art Therapy | Art therapy, positive psychology and mindfullness

My Ikigai – What gets me up in the mornings

Ikigai - why I get up in the morning art therapy directive. Find meaning and purpose in your life art therapy life worth living

Empathy Response Art.  A sepcial exchange between client and therapist.  A great idea for group members to do with one another as well.)

Empathy response art- Collaborative Members respond via art to each other's stories, experiences they've shared

Feelings check in book. Collage on paint samples. This is a spin off of a project @Cathy Malchiodi | Art Therapy  introduced in a class. I'm using this in my internship at a high school. Have the students pick a paint color which matches how they are feeling and then decorate it. Sometimes I add an activity to it, such as, write a poem or find a photo to go along with the mood. They get really into it!

Feelings check in book. Collage on paint samples. Have the students pick a paint color which matches how they are feeling and then decorate it. Could add an activity to it such as write a poem or find a photo to go along with the mood.

Mysterious Ways: Portrait of Love - Guideposts

Improving Emotional Intelligence in Psychosis with Art Therapy (I want to read this article)

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